Aggravated Kidnapping/Aggravated Sexual Assault suspect in TX

Composite drawing of suspect (Source: Nacogdoches County Sheriff's Office)
Composite drawing of suspect (Source: Nacogdoches County Sheriff's Office)

NACOGDOCHES COUNTY, TX (KSLA) – We have an update on the suspect described in an aggravated kidnapping and sexual assault case in Nacogdoches County.

He is believed to be a white male, with a fair complexion, along with strawberry blonde or sandy brown eyebrows and hair.

The suspect has light colored eyes and may be taller than first reported: between 5'8" and 5'10".

Here are some more descriptive details straight from the Nacogdoches County Sheriff's Office:

- The hair is believed to have been cut short on the sides, but slightly longer in the back (less than collar length but enough to protrude beneath the back of a cap). The suspect's eye color is light (possibly a light blue or green). The suspect may be slightly taller than first reported (5' 8" – 5'-10") and he may be heavier set than originally reported, with a pudgy mid-section. The suspect is believed to have a deep, raspy sounding voice with an angry or gruff tone.  At the time, the suspect had a heavy cough that resembled a "smoker's cough". The dress and general appearance of the suspect indicated that the individual was most likely employed as a "blue collar" type laborer, if employed.

- The suspect's vehicle is believed to have been a dark colored Dodge PU, probably ranging between a 1994-2001 year model. The vehicle was either a single cab or extended cab PU with a standard transmission and gasoline engine. The vehicle had a straight bench seat and the seat cover was either vinyl or leather.

- We (Nacogdoches County Sheriff's Office) believe the suspect lives near or frequents the area where the kidnapping occurred and may reside within 10-15 miles of that location (in the Nat, Flower Mountain, Looneyville, or Cushing, or area).  The residence where the assault occurred is believed to have been in a rural setting.  The suspect may or may not actually reside at that location, but he was very familiar with the area and was comfortable being at that residence.

If you have any information, please call Nacogdoches County Sheriff's Office, (936) 560-7777.

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